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THE REDLICHT MESS
Capt. Max Nootbaar takes place of
Capt. Michael Ryan at 22d st Latter
goes to West Lake st
Jim Colosimo and his brother-in-law,
Jose Moresco, locked up at Hyde
Park station for -questioning by
Johnny Torio, found shot in foot,
is held under guard at Wesley Hos
pital. Hoyne said police was blocking his
probe of case.
Mrs. Helen Sykes, storekeeper,
claims "man in grey" dodged behind
her and started shooting affray
which resulted in Birns' death.
Detective Bud Loftus raided pool
room and made important arrests.
Identity of prisoners concealed.
Mayor Harrison will not return to
Chicago to take part in vice inquiry.
Police start search for New York
gunman, who is said to have been
Several new witnesses were exam
ined by Hoyne yesterday.
Judge Brentano instructs grand
jury about handling of First Ward
Several detectives transferred to
226. st. station.
BANK VICTIM SOUGHT
Search was instituted today for
Adolph Sandoers, an upholsterer from
Chicago, who disappeared from Madi
son, Wis., a week ago, uttering a
threat to kill himself. Sandoers was
one of the victims of the recent Chi
cago bank crash.His savings of years,
$350, were lost. The lakes will be
dragged for his body.
Here are the parks where the Chi
cago Band will play this week:
Tuesday evening Jackson Park.
Wednesday evening Grant Park.
Friday evening Hamilton Park.
Saturday evening Grant Park.
Sunday afternoon Lincoln Park.
Sunday evening Davis Square
By Jim Manee.
In the town of Newport, London,
Many rats are on the job.
Nibbling and a gnawing 'round,
The places they can rob.
The town officials grew so peeved,
They let out quite a wail
And now they're giving folks a cent
For every poor rat's tail.
P. S "Sic 'em, sport."
GAMES FOR TOPAY
Philadelphia at Chicago.
New York at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Chicago at Washington.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Detroit at New York.
St Louis at Boston.
No games scheduled.
Contagious diseases are spread
chiefly through the unreported and
unrecognized cases. Some day doc
tors and the public will realize the
dangers of such cases to themselves
and their families, as well as tp oth
ers. It is a civic duty to aid in the
protection of public health. When
mutual co-operation exists it will be
possible to eradicate contagious dis-
Los Angeles. Carl Haag, contrac
tor, shot and killed Mrs. Edna Sikes,
widow, because she refused to marry
Des Moines, la. 4 barns burned.
Fair and warmer today, tomorrow
unsettled; probably sohwers or thun
derstorms. Light to moderate south
erly winds today, shifting'to westerly
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